Lakers

Analyzing each Los Angeles Lakers free agents not named LeBron James.

The Los Angeles Lakers wasted no time in building their roster for the 2018-2019 season after inking LeBron James to a four-year deal.  In the first 48 hours of free agency, Rob Pelinka and Magic Johnson made splashes by signing a plethora of players to help them compete for the Larry O’Brien trophy. While the James

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Philadelphia 76ers

All in all, the Philadelphia 76ers’ season was a success

Most 76ers fans will agree that this season was a treat not many were expecting. Most people, myself included, predicted 40 wins this season, and a chance at a 7th or 8th seed. I believed before the season started, that 40 wins and a playoff appearance would be a big step in the right direction

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Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are facing their first true test of adversity

The Golden State Warriors are facing adversity for the first time in a while. With Kevin Durant joining the Warriors, the expectations for this team skyrocketed. Adding a bonafide scorer to a 73-win team blew those expectations through the roof. Even after they moonwalked through the playoffs last year, everyone wrote this team in the NBA

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Warriors

Key storylines for Warriors-Spurs heading into Game 3

The red-hot shooting of Klay Thompson No other player in this series has left as big an imprint as Klay Thompson. Using the gift that has made him into the elite player he is today, his sweet stroke has been crippling any chance of a Spurs upset. In the opening game of the series, Thompson

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Stephen Curry

2018 Western Conference 1st Round Preview: Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry health It could be the biggest storyline heading into this year’s playoffs. Curry will sit out the entire first round match-up versus the San Antonio Spurs and is targeting a Western Conference semi-finals return. The injury which is diagnosed as an MCL sprain was suffered on March 23rd in the Warriors 104-96 victory

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2017-2018 Season Preview: Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics went into the 2016-2017 season looking to take another step forward in their rebuild and did just that. They drafted Jaylen Brown and signed Al Horford, a big name free agent name the Celtics aren’t known for signing. From the start, Horford fit in perfectly. He gave the Celtics a veteran presence

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2017-2018 NBA Season Preview: Atlanta Hawks

Last season was a very average year for the Atlanta Hawks. They placed second in the Southeast Division and fifth in the Eastern Conference. They faced the division rival Washington Wizards in the first round of the playoffs and lost in six games. This was the second year of regression since the Eastern Conference Finals team

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Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin as the centerpiece for a new Clippers era

Blake Griffin couldn’t wait to play with Chris Paul. After being led by Paul for six seasons, the Clippers became the latest victim of losing an All-Star to free agency. Fortunately, Paul made them aware of his decision beforehand. The Clippers were able to make a trade with the Houston Rockets that landed them some

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Los Angeles Lakers Playoffs: Possible?

The Los Angeles Lakers playoff hopes have been nothing but a hope lately. Ever since Dwight Howard’s departure and Kobe Bryant’s last dominant season, the Lakers have yet to sniff the playoffs. Lottery trip after lottery trip has been the recurrent theme for the once elite Lakers, as they have just lacked the talent to

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1 Family (Showtime) Hoops

Catching Up with Coach Darryl Hardin from Team 1 Family (Showtime) Hoops

Team 1 Family (Showtime) Hoops is a making national noise on the Adidas AAU Circuit. With top players on their 17u team like Nassir Little, Ronaldo Segu, and Amanze Ngumezi highlight tapes are becoming a regular. We just labeled Nassir Little as one of the hottest recruiting names on the market. I spoke with Co-Founder/Coach

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